4 edition of Regional policy in the European Community found in the catalog.
Regional policy in the European Community
by St. Martin"s Press in New York
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Douglas Yuill, Kevin Allen, and Chris Hull.|
|Contributions||Yuill, Douglas., Allen, Kevin, 1941-, Hull, Chris.|
|LC Classifications||HT395.E8 R434 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||251 p. :|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||79020926|
local and regional levels can have in the development of new forms of governance in the Union. It is one of the founding principles of the European Employment Strategy, that employment policies should be a component of all other policies, at both European and national File Size: 64KB. EC European Community regional policies and strategies. Keywords: David Jacobs for his encouragement and provision of a great number of course literature books. May my friends Seden Tezcan, Xiaohong Ye and Isis Marie whom we shared both academic and.
Evaluating EU regional policy. The book constitutes a realist theory of and for economics. This paper sets out to analyse the regional policy of the European Union by assessing whether the Author: Mark Hart. Start studying Chapter 27 Book Quiz. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. set a common policy among nonaligned African and Asian nations for achieving modernization and facing the superpowers According to one of the founders of the European Economic Community (EEC), known popularly as the.
Regional policy interventions to reduce disparities and promote economic convergence are spread through 3 funds: • ERDF: European Regional Development Fund • ESF: European Social Fund and • Cohesion Fund (applies to MS with. Guy Peters surveys the "political" and executive institutions, while Martin Shapiro discusses the European Court of Justice and the evolution of judicial review within the Community. John Woolley examines the European Monetary System and the movement toward the "EuroFed," Gary Marks studies the importance of the Regional Funds for both the EC 5/5(1).
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The European Community has committed itself to promoting 'economic and social cohesion' across its regions. Its expenditure - via the 'structural funds' - forBook Edition: 1st Edition.
Six main topics are covered as follows: theory of regional economic development and policy; Regional policy at the national level; Regional disparities in the EU – past and present; Impact of the integration on regions; Regional policy in the EU ; The structural funds and openness to Eastern European countries.
The book also includes an up-to-date bibliography on the Cited by: Aims and methods of regional policy in the European Economic Community Aims of regional policy In defining the aims of regional policy in the Community the following considerations have been borne in mind: 1.
When the Common Market was Regional policy in the European Community book up, the per caput product of. Regional policy is an essential means by which the European Union pursues its objective of social and economic cohesion. This major book describes the operation of the various EU structural funds, which seek to promote equality between levels of development and employment across Europe particularly by lending impetus to the most backward areas.
The ‘Partners’ web-doc is an investigation game combining a full complement of multimedia tools which takes you to 6 regions of the European Union.
The investigation illustrates regional policy activities which promote the development of, and the ties between, the regions and the citizens of the European Union. In the next section (III) the regional problems of the European Community will be analysed; a short description of regional policy as it had developed until recently follows in IV.
In there were drastic changes, and thus a separate section (V) is devoted to the policy in force at this moment. The policy for integrating and balancing the economic and social conditions in Europe is also known as the Cohesion Policy; whose current budget of is billion euro or around % of the overall budget of the European Union (Regional Policy, ).
Abstract. European regional policy has gradually developed under the pressure of the widening and deepening process of economic integration. The EC was created with the objective to step up efficiency and stimulate economic growth by integrating the national markets of goods and production factors.
Regional Policy. EU regional policy is an investment policy. It supports job creation, competitiveness, economic growth, improved quality of life and sustainable development.
These investments support the delivery of the Europe strategy. More Accessing the funds Financial instruments Funding. Accessing the funds. After examining the major regional and urban features of the European economy and discussing the analytical underpinnings of the current re-design to EU Cohesion Policy, the book also aims to provide a road map of the various EU regional and urban data-sources which are available to researchers and policy-makers.
This book is aimed at all Released on: Janu EU regional policies. Initially, from to the mids, the European Community, in line with the dominant centralism of its member states, showed little interest in regional problems, with the exception of south-west France and the chronic ‘underdevelopment’ of southern Italy.
This book examines what role regions play in European (dis)integration and European identity building. Filling a glaring gap in our understanding of regions, the book considers what the scope and objectives of these regions’ respective European policies and programmes are, how diverse they are and, in a time of mixed signals of European cynicism and identity, how European identity is.
However, Community-level regional policy did not exist at this point in time; only indirect regulations were introduced.
The Spaak report is, amongst others, the reason for this, which anticipates territorial disparities to even out through economic growth, and on the basis of which the member states of the Community prioritised the abolition of restrictions on trade and the establishment of a.
Regional policy In recognition of the importance of regional policy, the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (EU) devotes five articles to ‘economic, social and territorial cohesion’ (Articles - ). The policy aims to reduce the economic, social and territorial disparities between EU regions by supporting job creation.
Common policies have proved most difficult of all, especially where they have required funding. The budget of the European Union will amount to a maximum of per cent of GDP by There are two notable exceptions to this: the Common Agricultural Policy, and regional policy, now encompassed in the ‘structural funds’.Cited by: COVID Resources.
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The European Union (EU) is a new type of federation of countries comprised of 28 European countries pursuant to the founding treaty, and its origins go back to the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) founded in — The Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), or Treaty of Paris, was signed on 18 April and came into force on 25 July For the first time, six European States agreed to work towards Size: 1MB.
The course „Regional policy in European countries” aims to provide analysis of regional policy implementation at the level of individual Member States and European Union. This goal sets up the task to feature not only the present of the Union’s regional policy, but also to.
Rhodes R. () Regional policy and a “Europe of Regions”: A critical assessment, Reg. Studies 8, – Clarity in the use of the term regionalism is essential in view of the probable importance of the European Community's regional policy and the growing interest in the idea of a “Europe of Regions”.
But clarity is not one of the more common features of the literature on Cited by: 9. The EU regional policy starts to transfer huge sums of money to create jobs and infrastructure in poorer areas.
The European Parliament increases its influence in EU affairs and in all citizens can, for the first time, elect their members directly.
The fight against pollution intensifies in the s.define clearly an overall approach to Community regional policy for the coming years and to spec ify in detail the measures to be adopted within the framework of the policy.
This entails certain changes to existing regional policy instruments: the Regional Policy Committee and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).Regional policy in the European Community. London: Croom Helm, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Yuill; Kevin Allen; Chris Hull.